Willoughby-105 created 30 Dec 2010 | Last modified
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1820 census, Montgomery Co KY: 100010/20100.
From Chrystie at Genforum: Reverand Enoch WILLOUGHBY was a Presbyterian Minister In Jefferson Co TN of the Westminster Presbyterian Church; He was excommunicated from this church and left for KY where he had family. It was a religious division going on during this era that created the scenario.
Enoch's will is in Montgomery Co KY and names his beloved wife Suzannah, leaving her basically everything; there is a number of good folks that are certain they stem from Enoch in KY, and are certain he remarried; just as many are certain he returned to TN. I believe he died in KY; and Suzannah MOYERS returned to her families land when she adopted (indentured) my GGG James Napoleon MYERS, his sister, possibly 2, as I'm fairly certain now that his brother was John Alexander MOYERS, indentured in the Jefferson Co TN courts by Suzannah's brothers Christopher and James. (Or James was her father).
From Rhonda Cooper (Jmcwol@mac.com): According to Mildred Rankin, A history of the United Westminster Presbyterian Church, White Pine TN, a history of the church from its founding in 1787-1975, 1975, 34 pp: Rev Dr John W C Willoughby was installed and dismissed in 1907. Unknown if this Rev is related to Rev Enoch Willoughby. In the church history there is not a Rev. Enoch Willoughby listed as pastor.
Text: Marriage bond, Fauquier Co VA, Bk 1, p. 213, 19 Oct 1787. Proof of her parentage is implied in her marriage bond where Thomas Thomas Leachman is given as her surety. 1834, Monroe Co IN. Listed as deceased in a sale, Jul 12 1834. Monroe Co IN Probate records, 5 Sep 1835. Sale of land by heirs, Monroe Co IN, 1835.
It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Enoch by comparing test results with other carriers of his ancestors' Y-chromosome or mitochondrial DNA.
However, there are no known yDNA or mtDNA test-takers in his direct paternal or maternal line.
It is likely that these autosomal DNA test-takers will share DNA with Enoch: